"THE FINAL ASSEMBLY LINE IN A BIG AUTOMOBILE FACTORY"
When cars were first built, all the parts were simply dumped in piles on the floor. Now the frame starts down one line, an engine block down another, a transmission and rear axle down others. When they all meet, they have each been assembled and are ready to be united into a complete chassis on the final assembly line.
Mon May 06 2013 18:28:03 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
"A glance inside of the Packard plant in Warren, Ohio showing several male workers and the partially completed chassis of the Packard Model F, 88-inch wheelbase. Inscribed on photo back: probably photographed in "new brick building" completed in Jan. 1903, Warren, Ohio facility of Packard Motor Car Co."
Image & text source Detroit Public Library